Handshake 1.0 – Vitech and Automation Creations

Handshake 2.0, specializing in online handshakes via business blog, invited companies to submit a photograph of a real-time handshake – a Handshake 1.0.

Vitech Corporation delivers industry leading systems engineering and architecture solutions providing the insight to perform and manage systems development.

Automation Creations, Inc. provides guaranteed custom software development and web site design for dynamic companies like its neighbors in the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center in Blacksburg, Virginia.

Pictured are Doug Johnston, CFO, Vitech Corporation, and Henry Bass, President, Automation Creations, Inc.

Vitech Corporation and Automation Creations, Inc. are located in the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center, a technology, research, and science park.

Henry Bass, President of Automation Creations, Inc. writes Henry’s Blog.

Vitech Corporation and Automation Creations, Inc. are located in the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center, a technology, research, and science park located on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, Virginia.  The research park provides high-technology companies access to university faculty, facilities, and equipment and business-related support services.  The Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center fosters commercialization and technology transfer of university research for both high-tech start-up companies and established technology businesses.

Some of the information used in this business blog post for Handshake 2.0 was gathered using competitive intelligence software AttaainCI.

Harmonia, Inc. at the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center
Handshake 1.0 - Schultz-Creehan

Comments

  1. Vitech and ACI are next-door neighbors. From my own experience in the CRC park, I must confess that it was maybe three years before we actually started meeting our neighbors! I hope HandShake20 helps others get out and meet their neighbors because each handshake is a new opportunity!

  2. I, too, believe in the power of handshakes and opportunities. I wrote on Inside VT KnowledgeWorks:

    “My idea for creating Handshake 2.0 was this:

    In the absence of being able to meet and shake hands with all potential valuable connections, seeing and being seen on Handshake 2.0 was the next best thing. With news of high-tech individuals, companies, products, services, and initiatives serving as an introductory “warm handshake” online, when the individuals met in person, they would “know” each other and the handshake would be a hearty one.”

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